Universities Fair 2024

Delhi Public School, RK Puram, hosted over 23 International Universities at the Universities Fair 2024 held on 9 April 2024 at the Facility Wing from 10 am to 1 pm. Prestigious universities from the US and Hong Kong participated in this programme. University representatives interacted with students of classes XI and XII , providing them with important information related to the university as well as the application process and answered the queries of the prospective applicants. Representatives from the U.S. Universities participating were from the University of Delaware, University of Oklahoma, Stony Brook University, St. John’s University, Kansas State University to name a few. The representatives from Hong Kong were from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Chinese University of Hong Kong, City University of Hong Kong, Lingnan University, amongst others. The dynamic universities offered a vast range of courses such as Engineering, Business Management, Law, Art, Design and a plethora of liberal art courses to choose from. Students who attended this event and learned about the various aspects of international higher education, admissions, tuition fee and potential careers offered to them. The fair was a bright opportunity for high school students of our school to gain a better understanding of university education in the United States and Hong Kong and plan their future with an informed perspective.

Swimming Pool Membership 2024-2025


Schedule for Monday to Friday

Batch No.




5:30 a.m. to 6:50 a.m.

School Team (Boys & Girls)

3:00 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.


4:15 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Students of DPS R K Puram


5:00 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.

Boys Hostellers


5:45 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Girls Hostellers

Schedule for Saturday

Batch No.




5:30 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.

School Team (Boys & Girls)

3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.


7:00 a.m. to 7:45 a.m.

Students of DPS R K Puram

4:30 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.


5:15 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Boys Hostellers


6:00 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.

Girls Hostellers



1.    One Life Guard will be on duty during swimming hours at the swimming pool.

2.    The swimming pools will be functional on 6 days of the week except gazetted holidays and Sundays.

3.    Swimming coaches  (Male & Female) will be on duty during the swimming hours.

4.    Nurse with Ambulance will be on duty during the swimming hours.



Swimming Pool Membership Open for the Year 2024-2025
Membership Fee for the Session 2024 – 2025 is as follows:



Students of
DPS R.K. Puram

Rs. 3000/- for whole session

Click here for the Membership forms. Forms duly completed along with prescribed fee (only by cheque) will have to be deposited with the cashier


Date: 6th & 7th April 2024 
Time: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

  1. Uniform will be  available from the counter adjacent to Gate No. 3 outside the school.
  2. Books will be available near the sports complex outside the school. 
  3. Parents are requested to be in queue and to cooperate with the security personnel on duty. In order to avoid traffic congestion, please follow the traffic regulations which will be given by the security staff on duty.
  4. We look forward to your cooperation in ensuring your safety and convenience. 


* Uniform availability is for the convenience of parents. Parents are free to procure approved uniform and books from anywhere.


Anisha Mahajan of Delhi Public School R.K. Puram bagged the National Best Seller Award for her Globally Published Book, ‘The Throne of Time’ at  the final event of National Young Author’s Fair 2023 . Anisha was amongst the top few winners to receive an award at this prestigious ceremony graced by H.E. Noar Gilon, the Ambassador of Israel in India, Mr.Bhavin Shah, CEO of Education World, Mrs.Sumita Gupta, India Lead Education and Skills at AWS and Ami Dror, Founder and CEO of Bribooks. Her book, ‘The Throne of Time’ which is selling numerous copies in 26+ countries on Amazon, was broadcast  on Disney International HD and was recognized by the Ministry of Education,  Government of India marking her place in the top authors featured in the Global Hall of Fame.

Delhi History Festival

A two-day educational cultural extravaganza Delhi History Festival ‘Education Through Monuments’, in association with M.S.M.S II Museum Trust was organised in K.R.Mangalam School G.K.II. The Delhi History Festival aimed to celebrate the rich cultural heritage and historical significance of our culturally enhanced city.

The event was held on 3 April and 4 April 2024  from 8 am to 2 pm.Students of Delhi Public School R.K.Puram participated on the 4th of April 2024.They performed by reciting poetry,dance performance,classical singing accompanied by tabla and a painting as a background creating awareness on the monument of Redfort.The students who  participated in this event were Ashi Yadav IX C, Abhishree Rajwar XJ,  Akshainiae Agarwal XJ, Aditrishree XE,  Anhad Raj VIII D It inculcated in them awareness about the monument’s historical and cultural significance.

Commencement of New Session 2024-2025

The school will start its new session 2024-25 as per the following schedule:



Day and Date

VI (A-F )

VI (G-K)

Wednesday, 3rd April, 2024
Thursday, 4th April, 2024 


Monday, 1st April, 2024


Monday, 8th April, 2024


Monday, 8th April, 2024

Career Fair 2024

“Not all classrooms have four walls.” – Unknown

On 1 April 2024, Delhi Public School RK Puram hosted a Career Fair at the Junior branch, Delhi Public School Vasant Vihar. Over 6 universities from countries across the world  took part in this event. Some prestigious universities participating were Cornell University NewYork,Hamilton College, NewYork, Denison University, Ohio , Sarah Lawrence College, NewYork,University of Richmond, Virginia ,Occidental College,California , American University Washington DC.

The representatives of these universities imparted an abundance of information regarding their institutions, latest programmes, upcoming research and newly launched centres, as well as answered a range of queries from the potential applicants and their parents. Topics covered in the discussions were foreign education systems, admission process, fee structure, overhead charges etc. The universities offered a plethora of courses such as Engineering, Management, Business, Architecture, Law, Art, Design, Music and Film Production among other sought after courses. Brochures were provided and information was exchanged between the representatives and students for further communication.  

The event was attended by students and parents of class XII, who got an insight into the various features of international higher education and an array of career opportunities. This fair opened new doors for numerous students, and has proven to be a platform for both students and parents to gain a better grasp on university education

Financial Planning By: Mr.  Narinder Kumar Lamba

“Money is not understood by many, even though many earn it and only a few master it.” ― Aiyaz Uddin

Money management skills are critical for individuals to maintain financial stability and achieve their financial goals. Teaching these skills can empower people to make informed decisions regarding their finances and foster long-term financial well-being. A session on FIRE movement i.e. Financial Independence & Retire Early was conducted in the Audio Visual Hall on 27 March 2024. The session started with an introduction to rich man’s rule of assets and liabilities and power of compounding. The resource person discussed the process of improving savings, major types of personal risks and how to cover the risks. He suggested embracing a reasonable lifestyle to reduce expenses, saving a significant portion and investing in stocks, real estate to generate passive income.

Organ Donation By: Mr. Rajesh Mittal (Rotarian)

“Wherever a man turns, he can find someone who needs him.” -Albert Schweitzer

A session on Organ Donation was organised for all teachers in the Audio Visual Hall on 26 March, 2024. The Resource person discussed various aspects of organ donation like who all can donate, organs and tissues that can be donated, brain stem death, relevance of consent in organ donation, legal framework related to organ donation, body donation and the process of donation. The session concluded with teachers asking questions and clearing various myths we all hear regarding organ donation.

Prioritising Women’s Health By: Dr. Chaudhary, Gynaecologist

“Communities and countries and ultimately the world are only as strong as the health of their women.” – Michelle Obama

In a world where women’s roles and responsibilities continue to evolve, prioritising health and well-being becomes paramount. Navigating women’s health involves understanding the unique challenges, considerations, and opportunities that women face throughout their lives. A session on  problems related to women was organised for all the teachers in the Audio Visual Hall on 21 March, 2024. The resource person discussed the common symptoms, causes, lifestyle factors associated with bladder control. The session concluded with teachers discussing their queries and concerns regarding the same.

Mental Health and well being Experiential Learning: Hands on Activities

By: CBSE Experts- Ms. Shruti Pandey, Ms. Akanksha Arora, Dr. Mukta, Ms. Nita Arora

“Give the students something to do, not something to learn; and the doing is of such a nature as to demand thinking; learning naturally results.” ~John Dewey

A two day Capacity Building Program was conducted for all teachers by the experts from CBSE in the Audio Visual Hall and Seminar Hall (for two groups of teachers) on 19 and 20 March 2024. Day 1 started with a brief introduction to mental health and well being in contemporary times. The experts then conducted subject wise sessions in groups of two on Experiential Learning: Hands on Activities. They asked the teachers to construct a subject based lesson plan based on Bloom’s Taxonomy including the three learning domains- cognitive, affective and psychomotor domain. The teachers enthusiastically demonstrated their lesson plans and evaluated each other’s work. The session was extremely interactive and helpful for all.

Day 2 started with an introduction to L.A.A.R. i.e. Learning objective, teaching/learning Activity, ongoing Assessment and Reflective practices. Thereafter, the teachers were divided into groups of diverse subjects and were asked to make a sample activity plan using newspapers that should include various Multiple Intelligences. The teachers demonstrated their respective activities and understood the correlation between objectives (competencies) and outcomes.The two days were extremely enlightening, informative and channelled the creativity of our teachers.